Sound Performance Program by Young Artists / MIT ACT
The notion of the “greenness” and invisible properties of “green” was explored by using wave scanners, field recordings, sensing technologies and other “techno-scientific” tools allowing us to receive “nature radio” signals, reveal patterns of urban environments, and make audible the invisible activities in nature – plants, soil, trees, swamps, bacteria, or underwater.
Baian Chen. GREEN – Garden, Railway, Edifice and Entangled Naturalness
Arditha Auriyane. Revolve/Float
Mariana Medrano. The Sound Of Dreams
Wuyahuang Li. American Pie And The Sink Noise In The Political Soundscape Of Climate Change
Erin Wong. SimultaneouStories: Memories of Nature
Alejandro Gonzalez. States of Liquid
Qian Guo. An Apple
Shane Zhang. Shifting Focus. An acoustic exploration of the Sailing Pavilion
Produced by MIT ACT & RIXC 2019.
UnGreen Field Radio program is curated by Rasa Smite and Raitis Smits from the sound artworks created during the of 4.320 / 4.321 – Introduction to Sound Creation course at MIT Art, Culture and Technology Program, Fall 2019.
The program is conceptually related to the Un/Green exhibition series curated by Rasa Smite, Raitis Smits and Jens Hauser in the framework of GREEN (Green Revisited: Encountering Emerging Naturecultures) Project, Creative Europe’s supported cooperation network by RIXC (Riga, Latvia) and partners from France, Slovenia, Norway and other European countries.